£10-15 GBP / jam
TVF Digital is an award-winning agency that creates and delivers high profile digital campaigns across a wide range of technical platforms and sectors including broadcast media, live events, film, publishing and healthcare. As part of the TVF Media group, TVF Digital has an eclectic and diverse set of clients including BBC, Ogilvy, UEFA Champions League, MasterCard, Channel 4, Accord Healthcare, and Discovery (to name a few!).
We are seeking a part-time Business Analyst to work with us on a large scale project for a prominent client. The Business Analyst will be responsible for:
• Liaising with the development team to write user stories and acceptance criteria to cover all tasks throughout the project.
• Attending a number of meetings throughout the project with both the development team and the client (such as sprint demos, backlog refinement sessions, sprint planning sessions, and sprint retrospectives).
• Ensuring that the needs of the business are understood, translated into functional requirements and prioritized based on business value.
The ideal candidate will have a clear understanding of agile and SCRUM methodology and have experience working with development teams on technical projects.
Project Start Date: 6th November 2023
Project Duration: 7 months
Hours: Part-time, 2-3 days per week
If you think you have what it takes, please apply now!
ID Projek: #37244951
24 pekerja bebas membida secara purata £13/jam untuk pekerjaan ini
Hi, I'm ready to start the job. I'm confident I can handle it with ease. If you're interested, please message me and we can discuss further. Looking forward to hear from you . Dharamjeet
I am very much comfortable with forecasting and Valuation of accounts. I am good at analysing the situation and making corrective decisions. I have already been through those situations in the past.
Hello, I have all the skills and experience that you're looking for the succession of this project. I have worked on multiple projects and successfully delivered them by using agile scrum methodology. Thanks